The MXL ribbon mics might be a decent start. Inexpensive. Something like the R144 ($85 at Amazon these days)
I really like this one http://recordinghacks.com/microphones/SE-Electronics/VR2 - but 10 times the price
The Royer R-10 looks really promising, too, $500, 160 dB SPL capable http://recordinghacks.com/microphones/Royer-Labs/R-10
Depending on your pre-amp(s) you might need to put a FETHEAD or Cloudlifter in the circuit to get some tasty gain.
For my first attempts I would get out my Advanced Audio DM20 - https://advancedaudio.ca/collections/dynamic-microphones/products/dm20 - and work with the rolloff settings to hear if I can get a sound I would like.